Tesla Motors Inc. said Friday it will voluntarily recall all Model S sedans to check a potential issue with the front seat belts.
In an email to customers, the Palo Alto-based company said it recently found a Model S in Europe with a front seat belt that was "improperly attached."
The car was not involved in an accident and no injuries were reported, but Tesla said a seat belt in "this condition" would not provide "full protection" in a crash.
The recall comes more than a month after Consumer Reports withdrew its recommendation for the Model S — a car it previously had raved about. The...